Synopsis

In The Conspiracy to Assassinate Jesus Christ, an entirely new and original plot unfolds as the same events described in the New Testament of the Bible are driven by entirely new and plausible motivations of Pontius Pilate, Roman governor of Judea, and Joseph Caiaphas, high priest of the conquered Judean people.

     Encouraged by Jesus’ words, "I did not come to bring peace but a sword, to set a man against his father and a daughter against her mother," Pilate secretly wants Jesus to become the Judean people’s military leader and incite them into an uprising against Rome.

     Caiaphas, meanwhile, covertly conspires with others close to Jesus to advance the high priest’s own personal agenda by manipulating the Sanhedrin, Judea’s high council, and the Romans into executing Jesus, also intending to inflame the Judean people into rebelling against Rome

     Why are both men pursuing an international agenda to kindle an uprising against Rome, and why do both men want Jesus dead? What role does Lucius Aelius Sejanus, the most powerful man in the Roman Empire, play in this multi-faceted conspiracy?

     What act, so audacious that people for the next two thousand years would still be outraged if they knew the truth, did Caiaphas and his co-conspirators do that also unexpectedly planted the seed of Christendom?

 

     

    As events unfold that square off Pilate and Caiaphas in the most famous planned miscarriage of justice in human history, learn from Jesus’ own words about his life and journey from toddler toadult, world explorer to itinerant lay preacher, and eventually to savior of humankind, and his mission to usher in a new covenant with God.      Discover his bloodline relationships, the evolution of his divine powers, the intimate relationship he had with God, and gain an insight into the nature of God.

     The startling conclusions will have you contemplating the many still hotly debated religious concepts in this completely original could-have-been historical fiction thriller.

 

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